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us today is about transparency and consistency and processed. the cha is entitled to a full and complete objective analysis under ceqa, rather than go through all of the points that the association has put forward or referred to you in the written materials and discussed what i think are the most important. first, the city violated ceqa by failing to perform required analysis before approving the project. before approving a project subject to ceqa, the city must consider a final eir or neg dec. the california supreme court has emphasized that ceqa requires environmental review to refer to products first rather than final approval. by lending its political and financial assistance to this project, the city, as a practical matter, has committed itself to the project. in august of 2009, the mayor's office of housing issued a notice of funding availability for $2 million for a housing project. c after. hp as the project sponsor, the recommended an additional $2.4 million to chp outside of the funding selection process. in july of 2010, chp executed a deed of trust and security a
stuff. what could this possibly be used for? we have with us today, david green, senior electrical inspector who is a good friend of mine and a well-known sailor on the san francisco bay. you're going to sail this saturday. and mr. lloyd and mrs. lloyd. thanks for letting us come in here. really appreciate it. you're an electrical contractor, too. right? >> i'm electrical for 26 years. we do lots of big projects. we dot lots of industrial and commercial and residential. >> so you have to get a california special license. you have to be a special licensee to do electrical what is that license? >> yes. i have a c-10 licen and b license. >> b is a general contractor's license. >> yes. more interesting for me, i do a lot of c-10 for electrical. >> about three, four years ago you opened up a supply house. >> we opened e & e electric for around five years. >> you don't have so many guys out on the field any more. >> no more. i just have a lot of contractors. they come in for a lot of questions about national code. so if i understand, i tell them whatever i know. my knowledge. >> i think
that only supplies the receptacles that you're going to be using for the computer or sensitive equipment is one answer. you want to make sure that you install that circuit, the wires are remote from any radio frequency devices or any other circuits that might impose a radio frequency on them. >> what kind of wires would impose a radio frequency? >> it could be a computer, another computer, it could be the microwave oven. >> you want to separate is from any other -- >> ideally. if you're running your wires in a raceway or an armored cable that uses ferrous metal, that protects those conductors against these radio frequencies much better than nonmetallic cable. that would be another strategy. and then if you're in a commercial installation where it is really, really important, you put in isolation transformers adjacent to the equipment. that's the most expensive solution but the best solution is to actually put an isolation device right at your equipment. they also have filters that you can buy, but that's a commercial-grade installation. residentially, a dedicated circuit, try to separate
contributions of african-americans in this city and how each of us has changed the gee graval and cultural landscape of this city. how fitting that we celebrate black history month today, which is also the same as lunar new year and also an opportunity -- opportunity to reflect on the diversity of this city and how happy we are to be in a city which is so inclussive. so without forth delay i would like to welcome you on behalf of mator's office of neighborhood services. mayor lee will be joining us later. with the invocations, we would like to invite pastor stacey kerns. >> good amp. let us pause for a moment to invite the presence of god. shall we pray together? god, our help in ages past, our hope in years to come, we invite your holy presence to bless this celebration of african-american history month. we give up thanks and praise for the legacy, the creativity, the genius and contributions of african-american people everywhere. we pray that you would strengthen this organization and strengthen all organizations that support telling the story of black history. and so today we ask that a
, and worker for many of us in the city. and also a dear friend of mine. upon hearing on his sighting at -- upon hearing of a sudden passing last wednesday, there was a community outpouring of support, love, and sadness for our loss. e was not only someone who was a friend, but an angel in our community. someone who game -- sony gave countless hours to our youth and families, acting as a tutor who, working at united players for many years, and also at west egg and being one of the goodest people i have ever met. i am truly saddened for his loss. i am sorry, i was going to try to keep it together. i know that many of our members and young people miss him as well. i have a lot more to say about him, but i do not think i can finish. we have a certificate to honor -- we have an immemorial -- an in memoriam that is co-sponsored by others. the amount of care that he had for citizens was unbelievable. i have known him since his work supporting artists and his love of music. as a school board member, he would call me all the time to check up on students to see if i could help them. in talking
something, but you have a better chance of winning. and >> you can use your parents, other students, teachers, and c- span as resources on the way. this process is both fun and extremely rewarding with a little bit of effort, anyone can do this. >> the british parliament is in recess so that members can attend their party conferences. next, remarks from porter's prime minister david cameron at the party's conservative conference. he has led the party since 2005. he talked about the eurozone financial crisis and vowed that as long as he is prime minister, britain will never join the euro. he criticized the opposition labor party's economic policies and outlined his plans for education and immigration reform. he also said he supported legalizing gay marriage. his comments are about 50 minutes. >> i am proud of my team, i am proud of our members, and i am proud of you. you have made this week the success it has been for our party and our country. people have clear instructions for this government. lead us out of this economic mess. do it in a way that is fair and right. as you do it, p
for the appeal of the cu. you can use all of that time or as much as you would like. >> president chiu and supervisors, thank you. i represent the cow hollow association. i will present the talking points regarding the final mitigated-declaration appeal. then i will continue on to the cu and, with president chiu's permission, ceded the rest of my time to a member of the cow hollow association. the overarching point before us today is about transparency and consistency and processed. the cha is entitled to a full and complete objective analysis under ceqa, rather than go through all of the points that the association has put forward or referred to you in the written materials and discussed what i think are the most important. first, the city violated ceqa by failing to perform required analysis before approving the project. before approving a project subject to ceqa, the city must consider a final eir or neg dec. the california supreme court has emphasized that ceqa requires environmental review to refer to products first rather than final approval. by lending its political and financia
, christians and muslims, men, women, old, and young. let us stand against this ugly conspiracy. >> eu foreign ministers expressed concern over the events in cairo. in luxembourg, they called for the protection of all egyptians. >> i think it is important that egyptian authorities and all concerned in egypt reaffirm freedom of worship in egypt, and that all sides step back from the violence. that is what the world looks to them all to do. >> the mood in cairo was fraught. many are concerned violence could flare again at any time. >> in libya, forces backing the transitional government say they have cornered troops loyal to gaddafi in sirte. the town saw heavy fighting on monday, with tanks near the convention center. civilians are trying to flee. the red cross is helping evacuate those from the main hospital, which has been badly hit by the fighting. foreign ministers from all 27 union countries have called for the president of syria to step down. they said the crackdown on protesters may amount to crimes against humanity. also on the eu list -- belarus. there were expanded sanctions against t
by gun shots. it underscores the need for us to stand tall for rational and a measured a gun safety laws when we are challenged by the nra and other gun right advocate groups. it doesn't take away any buddies the second amendment right, we just want our communities safe. president chiu: can we take this item same house and call? this ordinance is finally passed. >> amending the code to create a parks fund for the emergency relief fund and change the administering agency for the homeless find. president chiu: same house, same call. item 9. >> amending the environment code to update the green building design, construction, and operation of city buildings. president chiu: same house, same call. >> the land use and economic development committee, amending the planning code to create the lombard and scott street housing special use district 3151 through 3155. president chiu: this item needs to be continued to later in the meeting, so we will do that unless somebody has objection. >> from the rules committee without recommendation, amending the campaign government conduct code. the amount of p
language. i would like to go to roll call vote. i think it has been before us over and over again in this body whether to televise the ethics commission. a lot of us have said it should be. i think we should make that statement clear. it always comes down to a question of whether we have money. i think we should make that determination. but i like the language without the amendment. president chiu: with that, i think supervisor avalos would like to rescind that last boat. seconded by supervisor elsbernd. on the motion to amend, is there further discussion? if i could speak for a moment, i absolutely support our colleagues that want to make sure these meetings are televised, and i understand we are going to find the budget to do that. i think it is appropriate, what supervisor elsbernd has stated, but i am also supporting supervisor campos's legislation. supervisor campos: i understand what supervisor avalos is saying, but i do not think it prevents us from moving forward to ensure these are televised. i think the ordinance i am introducing will get us to that. but i certainly appr
of fame here on cnn, thanks to us. that's your political pop here on monday. >>> thanks for watching. i'm brooke baldwin here in atlanta. live in "the situation room," the man who used to work out with president obama, jon huntsman now want his woman. t"the situation room" now starting with wolf blitzer. >> a program raising new concerns about cyber attacks, experts are washing, this virus may be just the beginning. >>> also, another troubled government investment comes to light. details of what happened to another green company after it received millions of dollars. >>> i'll talk about that an much more with the other mormon candidate, jon huntsman. he joins us live this hour. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in the situation room. >>> it's one of the u.s. military's most important weapons systems playing a critical role in the fight against terror. and now there's new growing concern over the computers that concern drone aircraft. they're infected with a persistent virus but it is only part after much, much bigger threat. our correspondent chris lawrence is investigating all o
respectfully request that you deny conditional use approval. thank you. >> our issue is not affordable housing but any use that it serves. this is not chp or with larkin street. this is about the choice of this particular building in a myriad of zoning exceptions. the city could have avoided this process. i have a thought and with the outline and outreach plan. out reach in this case can mean identifying decision makers that will support and pass required legislation that includes the planning department, the mayor, his staff. after they reach out to the supporters among the community leaders, neighborhood associations and can influence the back of the project. only after the project is virtually insured legislative passage, political cover did they contact the neighbors. they have traded an uncooperative atmosphere with the stress of the people in the area. the project sponsor has purchasing deadlines for the building and they needed the zoning from the city. there is $4.4 million to spy out reach. no decision makers lived near the property. >> let me ask anyone watching this if you wish to s
was alluding to earlier. under your estimation, as people who run ceqa for us, when is a project approved? >> thank you, supervisor farrell. i would prefer to speak to the particulars of this case, which are that the loan was approved in july of 2010 did not commit the city to a definitive course of action. the particulars of the loan for this project required that even in the event of a default, the city would be able to recover its money. the loan itself does not commit the city two particular points of action and supporting the project. supervisor farrell: i understand your point and i read that point. is in the converse true then? it goes both ways, is what i am saying. one person -- you could view it and understand it and say, there are certain outlooks for the city, if it is not approved, there would be certain things. on the flip side, could someone say the same? that the city is committed if the planning department approves it and the board of supervisors approves it, and so forth. >> in my previous experience, a project approval would consist of building permits, application use
like the re- era of the sunday news programs from the magnate -- major networks. listen to us at 90.1fgm, acorss the country at xm 119. c-span radio, another public service created by the cable television industry. >> the british parliament is in recess so that members can attend their party is conferences. next, remarks from david cameron at the conservative party's annual conference. he has led the party since 2005. he talked about the eurozone of financial crisis and vows that as long as he is prime minister, britain will never join a hero. he criticized the opposition and outlined his priorities for welfare, immigration, and other reform. he supported legalizing gay marriage. his comments for 50 minutes >> i am proud of my team, i am proud of our members, and i am proud of you. you have made this week the success it has been for our party and our country. people have clear instructions for this government. lead us out of this economic mess. do it in a way that is fair and right. as you do it, please, build something worthwhile for us and our children. clear instructions, clear o
into law is designed to protect teenagers from skin cancer. kara joins us live to talk about new tanning bed restrictions and why it is landmark legislation. >> reporter: that is because california is the first state to ban minors from using tanning beds. texas has a law for kids under the age of 162. california is the first to set the higher age limit. 28million people use tanning beds each year. 2million of them are teenagers. research shows those using the tanning beds before the age of 20 double the risk of developing melanoma. more than 8,000 new cases of melanoma will be diagnosed in california just this year. the golden state had previously banned minors under the age of 14 but allowed those between 14 and 18 to use the beds with parental consent. if everyone knew the true dangers of tanning beds they would be shocked. we are going to talk to tanning bed owners to see what they think of the law and see what the alternatives are for the teens. live in san francisco, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> san jose police plan to release the names of the victims in a double homicide. kraig is in
squared is trying to build across the u.s. and this week we're going to look at some other perspectives on the issue of lightsquared, and now joining us is representative paul brown. he is the chairman of the science and technology committee. congressman brown, you recently held a hearing around lightsquared. >> guest: we did. >> host: what was that hearing about, and what did you learn? >> guest: well, peter, we have been trying to get information from lightsquared because the information we've been able to ascertain thus far is this ground-based broadband network that lightsquared wants to put in place is being fast tracked through the fcc, and this administration is pushing the fcc to approve light square lightsquared's spectrum. everything that we hear from all the experts is that this spectrum, if it's ground-based -- which it wasn't designed to be -- is going to interfere with everybody's gps in their cars, it's going to interfere, also, with the high, the highly technical gpss that science community utilizes, that the aviation community uses, that particularly the military uses. so the high p
-- is under states' rights. after lincoln had freed us from slavery, they instituted this law, separate but equal, and the state had sanctioned it. but everything there was, even when they had things that were federal, they would put a rope up, and the white people would be on one side, and the black people on the other side. i prayed. i'm a baptist. i hope was that the people would hear about the injustices. [applause] >> thank you very much for giving us those highlights. we want to move to a different era in this nation's history, when those signs are no longer present, but their presence is felt. with that, i turned t to bryonn bain. >> i am supposed to perform a piece, but i just feel like i want to talk to you. can i bring the format and do that? is that ok? i am honored and humbled to be aired. i want to acknowledge the presence of my elders, ancestors who made it possible for me to be here today. i am away by -- the more i hear, the more i read, the more i research -- i was not doing anything nearly as courageous at 18 years old. looking back, when i was 15, that was the first y
seen problems in. primarily it is people using places of entertainment at 10:00 p.m. or later. so, i hope that is helpful. >> [inaudible] >> the consequences of having a problem. if you are a promoter and you have a problem that requires the city to come, the consequences are that, possibly, it will be required for you to continue to operate as a promoter, you may have to get event insurance or a variety of other things that might be imposed. does that make sense? let's [inaudible] -- >> [inaudible] >> i am hopeful that in the next month or two we will do version 1.0. i am sure that we will get some bugs and we will fix it, doing 2.0. in a couple of months i want to push this to be raised, and it is very close. after today we might have to beef it up a little bit. >> [inaudible] [no audiojustify the actual dat? >> it is not going to be a listing of where someone is working. simply -- are they registered. it is your obligation to make sure that you are using someone who is registered. >> [inaudible] >> this is not for venues. this is for promoters. they all have to use registered prom
salon. they have remodeled. will they be able to use them because this new law makes california the first step to ban minors from using tanning beds. nearly 28 million people use tanning beds in the us each year. researchers say those who used tanning beds before the age of 20 double their risk of developing melanoma, melanoma being the number one cancer killer of young women between 21 and 30. >> i'm all about preserving your skin and being healthy from the start. so i'm actually, i support the law definitely. >> reporter: the golden state had previously banned minors under the age of 14 but allowed those between 14 and 18 to use the beds if the parents said it was okay. we are going to talk to tanning bed salon owners and see what they think of the new law. would you believe that avid tanning is more popular in affluent areas particularly in southern california where there are more tanning salons than starbucks coffee shops. >>> the first vote on president obama's job bill can come in the senate tomorrow. at 6:15 we'll have a live report with why president obama says milliona
do you think anyone is china is thinking, let us get those diabetics off the road? the eu growth plan that we published, backed by eight countries, which i want to push every meeting, council, summit, that is the alarm call. there is one more thing. our businesses need the space to grow, literally. that is one of the reasons we are reforming our planning system. it is hard to blame local people for opposing development when they get so little of the benefits. we are changing that. if a new plant is built in your area, your counsel will keep the business rate. you keep the council tax. this is a vocalist plan from a local list party. -- localist plan from a localist party. i love our countryside, i would never put it at risk. we have to get the balance right. the portion of land in england but that is currently built up its 9%. there are businesses out there, desperate to expand, to hire thousands of people, they are stuck in our planning system. we are going to have constructive ideas about how to get that right. to those who oppose everything we do, my message is this, take your
to get on the right road. >> and they are. and u.s. firms are very, very far along to meeting those new standards. >> do you have confidence that the european banks and the regulators there will comply with basel iii, the spirit as well as the letter of it? >> >> well, we're going to do everything they can to make sure they do, of course. and as i say, we have the time to try to make sure we're confident that's going to happen because these rules only start to bite over the next several years. and so we're working very hard to insure we have better protections in place. >> uh-huh. mr. secretary, do you know of any financial institution, and you've been around a while, that has had, that has been adequately, in other words -- and i don't say -- well capitalized and have liquidity that has failed? >> that's like a, that's a very interesting question. um, i think that in a, in a really systemic financial crisis just to think back to the experience of this country in 2008, for example, it certainly was the case from the great depression and other examples of this stuff, you can have a situa
. -- two that break even, and two that lose money. we can support them now. this amendment would cost us $200,000 a year, which we cannot afford. as a consequence, we would lose 40 jobs. i don't see that being good for anybody. it is not a health care issue. i would like to emphasize that the amendment is thoughtful, deals with abuses without destroying the economic fiber of the city. thank you. supervisor campos: next speaker. >> supervisors, i am david, the owner of ameba music in san francisco. i agree about the fact that you are vilifying businesses. we have been taking care of our people for many years now. we have been open for 14 years. we have had health care all those years. we use the san francisco healthy program as a supplement to our blue shield program. blue shield would not be easily economical for it to be that. most of our staff are covered that way. this program, you talk about the loophole like it is bringing in cocaine from salt america. it is enabling businesses to stay in business in an on healthy economic climate we are in. business has been down now -- record stor
use the internet. what we used to do was carry the large maps and it took a long time to find the information. >> it saves the city time and money. you are not taking up the time of a particular employee at the assessor's office. you might be doing things more efficient. >> they have it ready to go and say, this is what i want. >> they are finding the same things happening on the phone where people call in and ask, how do i find this information? we say, go to this website and they go and get the information easily. >> a picture tells a thousand stories. some say a map >> please turn off any mobile devices that may sound altering the meeting. please speak directly into the microphone, and to state your name for the record. i would like to announce that the planning department lost a dear colleague, and we will be adjourning in his honor today, mr. scott dowdy. at this time, we would like to take role. president commission christina olague? supervisor cohenolague: here. >> first up, consideration of items proposed for continuance. case no. 2,009.0156e, appeal a preliminary
? people, yeah. i'm in my 70s. last year, i found my birthplace, which i never used to know. they were logging there. and my son came. he said, "mom, come and see your beautiful place where you was born." he took me on a skiff, and we went down, and i thought it was pretty. my grandpa john-- he was the first church leader here, and he asked them if they were christians. they didn't know what he meant, so he baptized them and let them become orthodox christians-- russian orthodox. lots of people were thankful because they didn't know. they thought the raven was their god. [cook] sometimes what you find historically can be reaffirmed by what people remember, by who's in the cemetery, and a lot of times what has happened in historical record is people weren't asked. people are not oblivious to their surroundings or their own events, and by tapping that resource, you can make history belong to those people as well as to the record of history. [speaking foreign language] the village is named by the sukpik. this place was nanwalek, and then the russians code-named us alexandrovsk, and then s
using the tanning beds. but the owner of this salon does not allow them in here anyway so she's not concerned. she says state regulators have been tracking down on tanning bed use since the 1980s. >>> we've had problems in the tanning industry from tan hopping. they will go from one salon to the other and there's no way for us to regulate that. >> reporter: so a new law signed by jerry brown banning minors from tanning beds is no surprise. >> kids will be kids. i think intervention is fine. >> reporter: kids have been able to fake bake if their parents say it's okay but come with this new law, you have be tole 18. >> you have to be 18 to vote. you have to be 18 to tan. >> i grew up in washington state where we didn't see a lot of sun. i would go to the tanning salons, but if i could go back, i wouldn't do it. >> reporter: researchers say those who use tanning beds before they are 20 have a greater chance of developing me lin know ma -- melanoma. do you think there's pressure to look tan -- >> absolutely. absolutely. >> reporter: now, if salons violate these new laws, san franc
it call them at home. everyone uses cell phones now and call them on their cells, we're going to harass them and not going to stop (bell sounding) >> mr. president, the governor of hawaii is on line one. >> oh, boy, all right. put him through. governor. >> mr. president, this is turning into a big embarrassment. you still owe us $300 for that birth certificate retrieval for you. >> yeah, i promise you i'll get that money in a couple of days. >> but mr. president, it's been months and you keep putting it off. >> don't worry, okay, the check's in the mail. >> but, but-- >> yes, mr. president? >> hey, get me chinese president hu on the line right now. >> right away, sir. >> hu. >> oh, hey, hu, i need to borrow-- i mean, we need to borrow some more money. >> fat chance. >> hello? hu, hu. great. great. [laughter]. [applause] >> tonight on huckabee. >> the people want to beat congress to see the light. >> the very first executive order would wipe out the white house czars. but three republican candidates. >> as for the donald, never had the cajones, to-- can i say that. >> and g.o.p.'s newt
thousand u.s. dollars and some chinese currency. the leaders of the north korean army allowed him to keep some of the money he made fishing. he had enough to buy imported south korean and chinese goods. at the market he saw videos from overseas and heard talk about life outside the people's republic. convinced there was no future at home, he decided to seek a better life elsewhere. another man told japanese officials he's a grandson of a former chairman north korean's supreme people's assembly but the man's claim is hard to verify. on thursday, the south korean unification ministry said north korea had demanded the return of all nine defectors. but south korea said it will respect the group's wishes and refused to hand them over. the government will now check their identities and motives for escaping before helping them to resettle in their new home. >>> friday marked the tenth anniversary of the u.s. invasion of afghanistan. the presence of foreign troops was supposed to be an exercise in rebuilding a nation. but after a decade of fighting, the taliban insurgency is regaining momentum an
hard-line the republican party and u.s. foreign policy since world war ii. professor speed, what is hard line to you? >> it's a title because the sums up one of the main arguments in the book is that the republican party has had a foreign policy approach that tends to be hard lined by which i mean the foreign policy to increase syria's lead the way that there are threats out there and now to the united states trying to be uncompromising in the face of those threats. that is consistent but there's also been a variety in what particular republican comes under what particular president is to make the was my next question. 67 years since the end of world war ii. there are what 67, 34 years 34 of those have had republican presidents. is there any consistency? >> amine consistency is the one i just described under the republican presence there hasn't been an isolationist president a tendency to when the hard-line approach that's been consistent. the variety has been somebody like what's a boesh xli and bush 43, jr. and two of them each with richard nixon and ronald reagan as well. >> r
entrepreneurials know they're important to us and they will stay as we grow in scale. we need a better culture and compassion and empathy where we serve all in our community, not just those with the louded voice and most money and influence. i look forward to getting your support and i hope you join joy anna.com. thank you. >> thank you to the moderators and league of women voters. it's my privilege to be your mayor the last nine months. we have solved very important issues already. it's only through this kind of process it is only through that kind of process that we get through the very critical issues that face us. if we're not growing jobs and growing our economy, we're going to be in deep trouble. we cannot afford to have a blip right now with so many people needing those jobs. so a simple decision that we made, that we worked hard at, an example like twitter, immediately infuses $95 million into the economy on that one decision. we have many more decisions to come that will continue growing our business is, making sure businesses stay in making sure they create jobs for our local residen
this project so we can get on with our lives here. i am sure that he is just using this process to harass his neighbors because he has taken them to the board of appeals twice and he will take them on this, i am sure. most people in the neighborhood would support this project. president olague: additional speakers in support of the project sponsor? seeing none, d.r. requestor you , you have two minutews for rebuttal. >> i think the neighborhood association is well respected and has people that have the concern of the community at heart. they strongly recommended that we explore options for saving what they deem to be a significant landscape, if the trees were removed, a serious error. the report attached to the packet is a very extensive. he specified that the amount of room to fall that was required to save the juniper and he felt that it was perfectly adequate and specified that in conjunction. and also, the 12 inch increase is not unreasonable if it allows the saving of both the juniper and the street tree and retains the landscape intact rather than a very small or replacement of 3 immedi
taken away from them. >> we decided there are a good number of us who were willing to take that risk and others who supported that and the reason that we are taking this stand and staying here in the plaza is that what's going on in the country right now is unacceptable. it is important for us to be out in public space to be visible about that. >> reporter: the group's permit to protest expired sunday night. they have today to pack up and leave. if they don't, the u.s. park police have the authority to arrest them. while many here plan to take it all the way, some say that they will support the cause in other ways and avoid confrontation with police. >> some people are trying to be bold in making a statement by being incredibly defiant but i believe it is more prudent to maintain cohesion with the group and not be so defiant and we are going to attempt, my wife and i, we are going to attempt to follow as many orders as possible while still making as big of a statement as possible. >> reporter: what happens here today? that remains to be seen. we are not seeing much of a police presen
expires today. our own stacy cohen joins us live with more on that good morning. >> reporter: good morning if there is any imminent threat you cannot feel it here everybody is laid back, waking up, drinking coffee chatting about the day's events they are not planning on leaving they are staying put the permit did expire they have been here since thursday various marchs and rallies they have had lots of speakers some times very large attendance, this morning there is just a few dozen as the day gets started. they have different messages some are opposed to the war many opposed to corporate greed across the board people i talked to said they are willing to stay put even if that means being arrested >> i decided not to vote any more because it is a silly game that they play, to make us thing we have some input when in reality we have zero input. if you got money, then you got input. >>> the word occupy means occupy it doesn't mean you came and you did stay, one little thing happens you end up going to jail and then it is over no, you defeat your purpose my whole thing is that, once you commi
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an opportunity for questions and comments. letting us know how what we might do it better. we really welcome that kind of feedback and we look forward to working with you. thank you, and welcome. >> a good afternoon. as the first speaker said, ia am not ed lee either. again, i want to echo all of the sentiments said before me. i think that the entertainment commission has come a long way. as has the industry. we see a lot less complaints and a lot more cooperation between law enforcement and the industry. i am proud to say that that is all accomplished by four people. that is as large as the entertainment commission is. i think that they are doing a stellar job. i look forward to working with them in the future to make things move as smoothly as we can. thank you very much. >> my old boss, with these glasses he keeps telling me that i look like the monopoly guy. pretty somber group for entertainment. i hope it is not because of the police in the room. [laughter] i go out and bought. i like entertainment. -- i go out a lot. i like entertainment. i was deputy chief when this commission was bor
>> the right to vote allows us to vote for candidates or party and it is a significant way to have our voice heard. exactly 100 years ago, women were given the vote in california. the battle for women's suffrage was not an easy one. it took more than 70 years. a woman could run for president in new york. >> organizing this conference, basically it modeled itself on a declaration of independence for women. it marked the beginning of the women's equality movement in the united states. >> at that time, women were banned from holding property and voting in elections. >> susan b. anthony dedicated her life to reform. >> suffrage in the middle of the 19th century accomplished one goal, it was diametrically opposed to this idea. >> many feared it would be corrupted by politics. >> women in the 19th century had to convince male voters that having the vote would not change anything. that woman would still be devoted to the home, the family, that they would remain pure and innocent, that having the vote would not corrupt them. >> support gradually grew in state and local campaigns. >> leader
air station in delaware. >>> here is a look at sentinel satellite radar we have clouds over us, high, thin variety, they are filtering the sun or will filter sunshine. and we will see a pleasant day today, that rainfall that you see down there to the south does not impact us today but overnight tuesday into wednesday it starts to move in and then wednesday should be a wet and rainy day for today, warm, sun with some clouds, look for a high today into the upper 70s, yet again. another nice day across the region. that is a look at what is happen being the weather more on what is happening with julie wright. >>> you are not the only one who can serve up a pretty picture. >> oh. >> no, you are not. v dot just moved my pretty picture. >> my plan came to fruition. >>> it was really pretty, zoomed in, a nice shot of the sunrise, beautiful unfortunately v dot moved the camera on me. if you have to make a trip into work there is not many of you that do so it is an easy commute leaving fair oaks, the belt way is running smoothly, southbound along 270 out of german town, lanes are open. it is a
't succeed and pull the ladder of opportunity up. >> a lot of us when we are kids and our parents say to whom much is given, much is expected. with the 1% of the country protected by who is leading the charge in washington on the hill anyway. want to say the "new york times" columnist weighed in today on the wall street protests write this in the times. not the protesters who are trying to get heard, but the extremists are olegarks who want to suppress the sources of their wealth. how much can this go on? >> i thought that was bizarre. basically he's attacking people for criticizing occupy wall street. shocking. there is a left wing movement in america and conservative politicians disagree and don't like it. when the tea party was coming out and politicians were reasonable because it was conservative. >> isn't this what's expected? the other side is pushing back. it's this push and pull like a rubber band. >> the opponents are his opponents. big deal. the occupy wall street people are generating a lot of noise and the movement is growing and the measure of a success is not poll numbers of wha
is obvious. the wealthiest is take this advantage of working class people and selling us faulty financial products and taking huge bonuses while depending on societies to bail them out. >> 99% of the people need to be prospering, not just the top 1%. >> reporter: michael mulgrew is president of the united corporation of teachers. >> everybody knows it's time to stop this and do things that allow all people to prosper. >> reporter: the protesters efforts have reached the race for the american president. >> to protest wall street and bankers is say you're anti-capitalism. >> reporter: a movement has angered those on wall street. >> i think there is an overall paralysis in government and people get that and and it's vented in the wrong place. >> reporter: michael lewis has written about the economy and insists this protest could spark real change. >> you can change the world and the world changes. this is how it changes. now, whether this is the movement that will change the world, i can't tell you, but it does seem -- i think they have justice over the issue. >> reporter: while protest orga
, they are telling us what went on. and it to the bottom of this investigation. with regard to generically if people do not say what ever -- there is pressure, but i think that largely, now in this day and age, with the light shining on us 100% of the time, i would tell you that when issues come forward, the officers would not have happened. >> mr. herley, do you have comments? >> i would absolutely agree with the chief. there are very few times you were brought before your boss and ordered to tell the truth or you're fired, period. my concern is when your not ordered to come before your boss, and you see something happen, and you cannot do anything. that is my concern, and i'm sure the chief's also. i never thought i would be sitting here agreeing with every word john burris would say. [laughter] this is the first time i have had an opportunity to be with him. however, i do agree with him. it has to be enforced throughout the organization. what we expect up our people. what we want to ensure up our people, particularly the integrity and the values aspect. many of us, not many, but quite a few depar
to think supervisor -- thank supervisor cohen for your comments. i think it is spot on. this issue of us not having a process or not a complete one -- to be honest, the process we went through to have this initial proposal was a public process. it initiated from the ethics commission. the ethics commissioners voted on it. it came to our board. it was vetted to our process and had public comment period to behave as though this was not a process that was complete or thoreau is inaccurate. i want to make that point. about process -- even if we voted for this, that does not prevent another public process to figure out how to improve public financing. using process as an excuse to not deal with an impending litigation risk is irresponsible and inaccurate. that is the comment i would like to make. president chiu: supervisor cohen, are you still on the roster? supervisor cohen: i am back on their roster. it is going to be a long night. this is only item 11. in the interest of transparency, when we cast our vote -- pay attention to some quick math. who is up for reelection? where do they vote? d
's the question after a preacher tied to rick perry accused rivals of being part of a cult. john hendren joins us from washington. >> reporter: it's come to this. one prominent pastor who supports rick perry says rival mitt romney, a mormon, is not a christian. that brings up a topic usually only whispered in the campaigns. the "m" word is now out. >> in my estimation, mormonism is a cult. >> reporter: megachurch pastor robert jeffreys endorses rick perry. he describes mitt romney and john huntsman as being members of a cult. >> i want to thank you for a rousing introduction. he knocked it out of the park as we like to say. >> reporter: romney sought to rise, kennedy-like, above religi religion. >> let no agenda narrow our vision or drive us apart. >> reporter: a problem that some have among the faithful. >> the next president of the united states needs to be a man, i'm speaking generically, man of sincere, authentic, genuine christian faith. >> reporter: so is mormonism a cult. don't ask her man cain. >> he's a mormon. that much i know. i'm not going to do an analysis. >> reporter: don't ask mic
the fire. how many people have used a fire extinguisher before. >> may be 10 percent of you. by the end of the week you will be putting out a fire with a fire extinguisher. you don't want to learn out to house an extinguisher when they big fire is in front of you. when you turn off your natural gas and water. hazardous materials will be talked about next week. 35-40 percent of you. you will find out that all of you have hazardous material in your home. the third week is disaster medicine. you, going into a room spending 45 seconds on one person into 3 life saving techniques. by the fourth we we will teach you as search and rescuers how to keep yourself safe by identifying safe and none safe building to go into. sometimes objects are too heavy for you to liftoff of a body. we will teach you privying which will use anything you have, wood or cement blocks so you is see that people can lift heavy objects off of people. now, you have to have a plan. every program needs to have a plan. we can't say, here are your skills. class 6, after half an hour we will split you into teams of 10 people
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